Joint College Planning Council & Administrative Council Session Wednesday, May 18, 2011; SAC 225 2:00 – 5:00 p.m. AGENDA One boy at the Louden-Nelson Center asked Santa Cruz America Idol contestant James Durbin, who was diagnosed as a kid with both Tourette's and Asperger's syndromes, what to do about bullying: "I got made fun of," he said. "I got beat up. It's those hard things that made me what I am. Just know you're better than they are." What can we do today that will help our students succeed? 1 1. Call to Order/Introduction of Substitutes I 2 2. Review of Agenda I 2 3. Oral Communications Members of the audience may speak to non-agenda items (2 minute limit per speaker) I 5 4. Approval of Minutes (April 20 and May 4) A 2 5. Welcome, start-up & introductions Review agenda and objectives Topic Leader(s) — Peter I/C 15 6. Authentic conversation & essential skills for effective collaboration Incorporate bookstore discussion Key learning and takeaways Topic Leader(s)—Peter I/D 70 7. Break 10 st 8. Review 1 round reduction proposals Discussion & next steps Topic Leader(s)—Brian and Cabinet I/D 50 9. Debrief and closure st How did this 1 round process work? What could be improved? Topic Leader(s)—Brian and Peter A 15 10. Adjourn 1 A=Action, D=Discussion, I=Information TRUSTHUMANITYCIVILITYOPTIMISM The mission of Cabrillo College is to enhance the intellectual, cultural, and economic vitality of our diverse community by assisting all students in their quest for lifelong learning and success in an ever-changing world. Our purpose is to provide an accessible and effective learning environment which aids students in their pursuit of transfer, career preparation, personal fulfillment, job advancement, and retraining goals. Our core values are academic freedom, critical and independent thinking, and respect for all people and cultures. Our commitm ent is to encourage excellence, offer a balanced curriculum, promote teaching methods for diverse learning styles, and involve and enrich our community.